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# selector

Let $S$ be a collection of sets. A *selector* of $S$ is by definition a set $\{f(R)|R\in S\}$ where $f$ is a choice function on $S$ (that is $f(R)\in R$).

There is a different selector of $S$ for every choice function $f$.

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ChoiceFunction,Collection

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